It happens to many of us at some point: We reach a dead end in our job search or have hit a wall in our career growth. No amount of LinkedIn connecting, job post reading, or online researching can answer our tough questions so we actually need to sit down and ask someone for advice.
For students pursuing a master’s degree in a different field than their undergraduate degree, prerequisite courses – those required for entering students by a program – can increase their graduate school cost.
94% of recruiters use or plan to use social media in their recruitment efforts 78% of recruiters have made a hire through social media This year’s results delve into how recruiters are leveraging social recruiting in addition to whether or not they are using it. Much like marketers, recruiters use social networks as part of a multi-channel strategy to find leads and nurture them to hire. Just as the days of “rented attention” and “one size fits all” campaigns are over in the marketing and advertising worlds, recruiters now focus on building their own talent pool and appealing to candidates’ individual preferences.